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Bombay Gaylord Restaurant Review: Inconsistency has been the main ingredient when we have visited Bombay Gaylord. One time the dishes are superbly seasoned, with the chef hitting the right balance between creamy and textured and mild and searing hot. Another time the food is drab, as we discovered at one dinner when some of the meat samosas were still cold, the lamb biryani was unmemorable and the Goan fish curry---which could be a signature dish when made with salmon---was leaden. Even the breads, which can excel, may not live up to expectations. So eating here can be chancy and may really depend on who's in the kitchen: If it's good, though, the food is outstanding. Note that luncheon buffets, where you can eat plenty for not much cash, are offered. On the main menu, you might want to consider the tandoori platter, or perhaps one of the many vegetarian offerings.